CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

HolidayBuyer's Guide
Tech Industry

Demofall's emerging-tech carnival

A showcase for emerging technologies, Demofall features short product pitches, some big ideas and plenty of venture capitalists.

Demofall 2005 features big ideas and rapid-fire product pitches that home in on mobile, consumer and enterprise trends.

At Demo, it's speed dating for products

Tech confab gives 65 companies a mere six minutes each to tell investors and customers why they should care.

September 20, 2005

Tech turns phones into back-seat drivers

Service mixes local search with GPS to give driving directions to restaurants and other destinations over cell phones.
September 21, 2005

Time ripe for venture capital

Life sciences, new medical technologies offer valuable investment opportunities, president of VC organization tells colleagues.
September 21, 2005

blog Service is designed to give consumers a way to avoid paying the fee wireless carriers charge for 411 access--as much as $3.49.
September 22, 2005

blog MediaMax offers, in a single package, features that users might otherwise find by employing a series of applications.
September 22, 2005

blog Real-life denial-of-service attack hits as company demonstrates its security software onstage at Demo.
September 22, 2005

blog Roku's Wi-Fi music system has the form factor of a radio, replete with knobs and buttons and an LED readout.
September 21, 2005

blog Photo-sharing services are hot, so it was no surprise that Demofall included a photo-sharing entrant.
September 20, 2005

blog Essentially a Netflix with no centralized processing center, Peerflix has an oddly compelling yet annoyingly problematic service.
September 20, 2005

blog U3 is the first of 65 presenters to show off their new product or service at this annual conference.
September 20, 2005